Call for Papers
Global Credit Review

The Global Credit Review, a joint publication by the Risk Management Institute at National University of Singapore and World Scientific, is issuing a call for original papers in all areas of credit risk and credit markets. The Global Credit Review publishes high quality theoretical and empirical papers in the field of credit markets and credit risk. The journal has a distinctive focus on topics that are relevant for academics, policymakers and practitioners and publishes rigorous research that has practical applications. Papers can be rigorous original research or review articles/case studies of interest to credit risk professionals. Commentaries can be views on the regulatory landscape and market developments.

TOPICS: The ultimate objective of the Global Credit Review is to advance the state of research and development in the critical area of credit risk and rating systems. Potential topics include, but are not limited to: credit risk modelling, credit portfolio allocation, credit markets, financial regulation, financial stability, debt restructuring, international capital markets, systemic and systematic risk, structured finance, credit rating agencies, credit ratings etc.

PAPER SUBMISSION PROCEDURE: GCR accepts paper submissions on a continual basis. For authors who want their articles considered for the next issue of GCR (Volume 3 scheduled for release in July 2013), the submission deadline is February 1, 2013. Authors are encouraged to submit their work as soon as it is ready for consideration. To submit a paper to this journal, please go to:

Editor: Jin-Chuan Duan (National University of Singapore)

Deputy Editors
Oliver Chen (National University of Singapore)
Elisabeth Van Laere (National University of Singapore)

Editorial Board:
Jeffrey Bohn (Soliton Financial Analytics Ltd)
Damiano Brigo (Imperial College)
Sanjiv Das (Santa Clara University)
Michael Gordy (Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System)
Haitao Li (University of Michigan and Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business)
Fariborz Moshirian (University of New South Wales)
Ser-Huang Poon (Manchester University)
Amadou Sy (IMF)
Fan Yu (Claremont McKenna College and Shanghai Advanced Institute of Finance)
George von Furstenberg (Indiana University)
Jing Zhang (Moody's Analytics)

Posted 9/30/12